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SCBCD 5.0 Beta Exam

 
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How different is the SCBCD 5.0 beta exam from a normal SCBCD exam.What is the value added for this exam.Is it of same like earning a actual SCBCD exam
 
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Hi,
You might want to take a look at this thread for the answers.

Hope it helps...
 
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The major differences are:
  • Number of questions - 70+ questions v.s. 200+ questions
  • Exam time - 3+ hours v.s. 5+ hours
  • Exam code - prefix 310 v.s. prefix 311
  • The announcement of the exam result - immediate v.s. 1-2 months


  • Other than that, the beta exam is of no difference of the offical exam. You will get the certificate, pin, and name card if you can pass the beta exam.

    Nick
     
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    Hi,
    But if we fail in the beta exam then what? I mean if we pass the exam in 2nd attempt then is it written on the marksheet or certificate that "Cleared in 2nd attempt"

    Thanks
    Dhaval Shah
     
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    It wont be mentioned anywhere on which attempt you have cleared the exam. Give as many attempts as you like.
     
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